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Dr. Neil Renaud

An eleven-year-old patient was struggling with schoolwork, experiencing blurry and double vision, as well as attention issues, poor comprehension, clumsiness and poor handwriting. He was preparing to end his education at the high school level and embark on a blue-collar career that didn’t require reading. Following a RightEye test, Dr. Renaud diagnosed oculomotor dysfunction of pursuits, saccades, and fixations. After...
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Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz

A 13-year-young woman was diagnosed with dyslexia and had been receiving remedial work outside of the clinic. After a RightEye assessment and sensorimotor evaluation, Dietz realized the patient was actually not dyslexic and the problem was more related to a visual tracking issue and SI Dysfunction. Following treatment, her scores went up dramatically to several grade levels above where she...
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Debra Holtzhauer

Holtzhauer’s 34-year old female patient was kicked in the head while milking a cow. Her resulting concussion left with her persistent pain and vision issues that impacted her ability to sew, cook, drive, read, etc. After a RightEye test and vision therapy, all symptoms were eliminated or greatly reduced. Pain meds were no longer needed and she was able to...
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Jeremiah Jorgensen

A seven-year-old child was diagnosed with a learning disability and was receiving occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy. After a RightEye test it became clear that a vision issue made it difficult to read and limited her depth perception. Within six weeks of treatment, her spelling and reading tests put her at or near the top of her class,...
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Dr. Amanda Nanasy

A college-aged patient had suffered a concussion from a motor vehicle accident and had been under the care of a concussion rehab doctor who did not utilize visual treatment or care. The patient wore glasses and walked with a lean to the side due to poor fixation. Following RightEye testing and prescription of new prisms, he no longer needed glasses,...
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Dr. Gregory Schultz

A CEO of a growing company suffered a concussion after hitting her head on a concrete floor. Symptoms included extreme dizziness, unsteady gait, headaches, confusion, memory issues and delayed reaction time, along with reading ability now at a fourth-grade level. She was told by a neurologist the symptoms would be temporary but she saw no improvement after several months. Following...
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Keith Smithson, OD

Dr. Smithson uses eye-tracking technology to develop baselines and show markers of recovery. The objective data helps get athletes back on the field safely.
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Sally Fryer Dietz, PT, DPT, CST-D

Integrative Concussion Therapy is using RightEye to support the development of unique treatment programs for kids to improve reading, learning and sports safety.
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Adam Clarin, OD

Dr. Clarin is growing his practice and providing better care for children. “RightEye is a big difference maker in helping parents understand exactly what’s going on with their kids’ vision,” says Dr. Clarin.
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Jennifer Kungle, OD, FCOVD

Dr. Kungle measures progress of patients going through vision therapy. “RightEye is extremely helpful in showing the patient and especially parents what I’m seeing,” she says.
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Cedric Noel, DC, DACNB

Dr. Noel relies on eye tracking for his functional neurology practice. “I’m by far the busiest I’ve ever been and the only thing I’ve changed is adding the RightEye system,” he says.
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Frederick Edmunds, OD

Dr. Edmunds identifies skill deficits and personalizes improvement programs for elite athletes. “There is no other system that allows you to effectively evaluate ocular movements,” says Dr. Edmunds.
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Cathy Stern, OD, FCOVD

Dr. Stern makes patients more confident in her vision therapy recommendations. “When I bring someone in front of RightEye and show them how they performed, I don’t have to say another word. They just get it,” she says.